Around here skills and products we don’t produce ourselves are just as valuable as money (if not more!). So, if you’re interested in taking a course but your budget is tight and you have a service or product to offer, please don’t hesitate to propose a barter. If we can balance a full or partial trade, we’ll all be smiling in the end.


Felt Making: Designing & Making Wet Felted Fabric

Instructor: Zoë Lianga 

One-Day Workshop

November 24

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This full day workshop offers participants the chance to learn the basic principles and techniques of wet felting, discover the unique properties of wool fibres that allow them to interlock into felted fabric, and learn how to effectively layer fibres and manipulate them into a finished piece of your choice.

Project options include a cowl, a scarf, a wall hanging or a length of fabric. Participants will be able to choose from a wide variety of unique animal fibres and other natural materials to use as surface designs.

More information here

“I cannot imagine a more enjoyable day – location, instruction, lunch, atmosphere and camaraderie.” – Mary Ellen

“The class that I attended was very organized, very well equipped and very relaxed. The food was far above what was expected and beyond any other event – super healthy, super yummy, more than enough and (seemingly!) effortless. It was a great day!” – Rob Garner

“A great place to learn and express yourself through art. Welcoming to both beginners and more experienced makers. Anyone with curiosity and an eagerness to learn should attend a workshop.” – Meredith Combs

“I loved the comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that was generated in the workspace. Lunches on both days were terrific.” – Shelagh Ryan